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    Save Files

    Hi,

    Got my Wii on softmod and running from USB, my strange question is this -

    My 5 year old loves playing on the Wii but he keeps using other peoples save files and deleting them or overiding with his own save, has any one got any suggestions on how i can save them to a different location? or is it possible to password them so he cant use them?

    I no im asking alot but i thought if i dont ask then i will never no....

    Thanks for any suggestions in advance

    Elf
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovefatboy View Post
    Hi,

    Got my Wii on softmod and running from USB, my strange question is this -

    My 5 year old loves playing on the Wii but he keeps using other peoples save files and deleting them or overiding with his own save, has any one got any suggestions on how i can save them to a different location? or is it possible to password them so he cant use them?

    I no im asking alot but i thought if i dont ask then i will never no....

    Thanks for any suggestions in advance

    Elf
    xx
    In USB Loader GX settings you can set parental control, you set the level for all the games, and then in each game you can set that level. It checks the age rating on the game.

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    save to your SD card
    you can move over the saves

    If someone helps you,remember to thank them!

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    I wouldn't leave a five year old unattended for two seconds with my wii, not to change games etc anyway.

    My 7 year old knows when it's time to change games then she asks her dad (me) and he sets it going for her.

    Failing that, then move saves to SD card has stated.

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    Thanks for the answers, did think sd card was the way i would have to do it.
    I let my little one play because he is really good at the games, just a little sod for using someone elses save files

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